What does 'reasonable' mean to you, Carlo Strenger? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Eytan Leibovitz
    • 21.01.11 | 12:47 (IST)

    Accepting the pals so-called right of return, so that Israel will lose its Jewish character? Accepting that Israeli citizens are constantly bombarded by the Gazans? Or do you simply prefer the PA to be replaced by Hamas in Judea and Samaria? It strikes me as rather absurd that today's Jordan (where 70% are palestinian) was initially part of the British Mandate, The pals can go to Jordan and create their state there. The only problem is that the PA, together with the gullible and retarded Israeli Left want the pals to have 3 states: one in Gaza, one in Judea and Samaria and one in Jordan.One other snag in the Israeli Left's agenda is the fact that most pals, especially those in Jerusalem, simply dread the fact of having to get rid of their Israeli ID card and become a citizen of a pal state, where their rights will be minimal.Maybe it's time for the Israeli Left retards to accept that we have no peace partner on the pal side or to go and live in Gaza, since, for you, whatever Israel does, is wrong?

    from the article: Israel's first step to Mideast peace: Opening the door, Obama style
    First published 01:55 21.01.11 | Last updated 01:55 21.01.11
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